Relocation:  No – Milwaukee Metro Area
Availability:  Immediately


  • React.js
  • Redux
  • Node.js / NPM
  • Express.js
  • MongoDB / NoSQL
  • JavaScript
  • Python
  • Flask
  • C#
  • ASP.NET Core
  • Entity Framework
  • Docker
  • HTML / CSS

Forrest Morrisey


10-Day Final Project

My final Capstone project for devCodeCamp was Spoker. It is a MERN Stack cloud-based e-commerce platform to empower small to medium-sized bike shops. Uses Docker for containerization. The back-end server uses NoSQL MongoDB integrated with Node Express and Mongoose for schema modeling. Front-end built using React-Redux and Bootstrap for a clean and mobile responsive storefront display. Other features included are customer profiles with orders history. Authentication and user roles using JSON Web Tokens (JWT). It allows shop owners to manage shop inventory, orders, and control costs with visual revenue data using ChartJS. Order email confirmation and pickups for customer communication using NodeMailer / Google OAuth Gmail.

Hire Me Because…

You should hire me because unlike other developers, I got a knack for empathizing with people’s experience, a gifted eye for design, and the growing knowledge of how to build entire Web Applications from Front to Back. I’m a driven Developer with a diverse skillset that loves to empower my team.

Passion For Programming

With Programming, I am most passionate about turning ideas into reality. I enjoy collaborating with teams to envision a concept and work together to build that vision.

Three Words About My Professional Qualities

  • Integrity
  • Team leadership
  • Dependable gritty work ethic

Three Words That Describe The Best Role For Me

  • Envision
  • Build
  • Innovate

Watch Forrest’s Capstone Presentation

A 10-day sprint that starts with each students’ idea. They are responsible for architecting this application, researching and learning any new languages or technologies to complete it, and build the final project. Since this is their crowning achievement during our course, instructors are very hands-off during the lifecycle of the development of their capstone.